24

Jul

2013

One Hit Wonders 1960’s

Posted on July 24, 2013 in Misc DJ Blogs

1960 One Hit Wonders

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ  1960 one hit Wonders

1960

Song Performer Date
“Sandy” Larry Hall January 4, 1960
“If I Had a Girl” Rod Lauren January 25, 1960
“Teen Angel” Mark Dinning February 8, 1960
“Tracy’s Theme” Spencer Ross February 22, 1960
“Rockin’ Little Angel” Ray Smith February 22, 1960
“(There Was a) Tall Oak Tree” Dorsey Burnette March 7, 1960
“Forever” The Little Dippers March 28, 1960
“Summer Set” Monty Kelly April 4, 1960
“Money (That’s What I Want)” Barrett Strong April 18, 1960
“Fannie Mae” Buster Brown May 2, 1960
“Angela Jones” Johnny Ferguson May 2, 1960
“Let the Little Girl Dance” Billy Bland May 16, 1960
“The Madison” Al Brown’s Tunetoppers featuring Cookie Brown May 16, 1960
“Barbara” The Temptations May 16, 1960
“The Madison Time–Part 1″ Ray Bryant Trio May 16, 1960
“Mountain of Love” Harold Dorman May 23, 1960
“Ooh Poo Pah Doo–Part II” Jessie Hill May 23, 1960
“He’ll Have to Stay” Jeanne Black May 30, 1960
“Love You So” Ron Holden June 13, 1960
“There’s Something on Your Mind” Bobby Marchan June 13, 1960
“Alley Oop” The Hollywood Argyles July 11, 1960
“Alley Oop” Dante & the Evergreens July 11, 1960
“Mule Skinner Blues” The Fendermen July 11, 1960
“Look for a Star”[4] Garry Mills July 25, 1960
“Look for a Star” Deane Hawley July 25, 1960
“Image of a Girl” The Safaris August 1, 1960
“Please Help Me, I’m Falling” Hank Locklin August 1, 1960
“Look for a Star”[7] Garry Miles August 1, 1960
“Hot Rod Lincoln” Johnny Bond August 8, 1960
“Over the Rainbow” The Demensions September 5, 1960
“Hot Rod Lincoln” Charlie Ryan and the Timberlane Riders September 5, 1960
“Yogi” The Ivy Three September 19, 1960
“A Million to One” Jimmy Charles September 26, 1960
“Mr. Custer” Larry Verne October 10, 1960
“Let’s Think About Living” Bob Luman October 24, 1960
“Diamonds and Pearls” The Paradons October 24, 1960
“You Talk Too Much” Joe Jones November 14, 1960
“Stay” Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs November 21, 1960
“Ruby Duby Du” Tobin Mathews and Co. November 28, 1960
“Don’t Go to Strangers” Etta Jones December 12, 1960
“Sailor (Your Home Is the Sea)” Lolita December 19, 1960

1961

Song Performer Date
“Baby, Oh Baby” The Shells January 16, 1961
“Angel Baby” Rosie & The Originals January 23, 1961
“Lost Love” H.B. Barnum February 6, 1961
“(Ghost) Riders in the Sky” The Ramrods February 20, 1961
“There’s a Moon Out Tonight” The Capris February 27, 1961
“Angel on My Shoulders” Shelby Flint February 27, 1961
“Baby Sittin’ Boogie” Buzz Clifford March 13, 1961
“Apache” Jørgen Ingmann and his Guitar April 3, 1961
“Once Upon a Time” Rochell and the Candles April 10, 1961
“Hideaway” Freddy King April 10, 1961
“Ginnie Bell” Paul Dino April 10, 1961
“Asia Minor” Kokomo April 17, 1961
“Please Love Me Forever” Cathy Jean and the Roommates April 24, 1961
“I’m a Fool to Care” Joe Barry April 24, 1961
“Baby Blue” The Echoes May 1, 1961
“Mother-In-Law” Ernie K-Doe May 22, 1961
“Daddy’s Home” Shep and the Limelites May 29, 1961
“Hello Walls” Faron Young May 29, 1961
“Triangle” Janie Grant May 29, 1961
“Exodus” Eddie Harris June 5, 1961
“Heart and Soul” The Cleftones July 3, 1961
“Rama Lama Ding Dong” The Edsels June 19, 1961
“Count Every Star” Donnie and the Dreamers June 19, 1961
“Better Tell Him No” The Starlets June 19, 1961
“Those Oldies But Goodies (Remind Me of You)” Little Caesar & the Romans June 26, 1961
“Three Hearts in a Tangle” Roy Drusky June 26, 1961
“You Can’t Sit Down, Part 2″ Philip Upchurch Combo July 3, 1961
“Tonight (Could Be the Night)” The Velvets July 10, 1961
“The Graduation Song…Pomp and Circumstance” Adrian Kimberly July 10, 1961
“Yellow Bird” Arthur Lyman July 24, 1961
“I Like It Like That, Part 1″ Chris Kenner July 31, 1961
“Last Night” The Mar-Keys August 7, 1961
“Pretty Little Angel Eyes” Curtis Lee August 7, 1961
“I Just Don’t Understand” Ann-Margret September 11, 1961
“When We Get Married” The Dreamlovers September 18, 1961
“A Little Bit of Soap” The Jarmels September 18, 1961
“Nag” The Halos September 18, 1961
“Lovers Island” The Blue Jays September 18, 1961
“Who Put the Bomp (in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)” Barry Mann September 25, 1961
“The Astronaut (Part 1 and 2)” Jose Jimenez (Bill Dana) October 2, 1961
“Mexico” Bob Moore and His Orchestra October 2, 1961
“Take Five” Dave Brubeck Quartet October 9, 1961
“Water Boy” Don Shirley October 9, 1961
“This Time” Troy Shondell October 23, 1961
“Stick Shift” The Duals October 23, 1961
“I Really Love You” The Stereos October 23, 1961
“Foot Stompin’–Part 1″ The Flares October 30, 1961
“Funny How Time Slips Away” Jimmy Elledge November 13, 1961
“You’re the Reason” Bobby Edwards November 20, 1961
“Your Ma Said You Cried in Your Sleep Last Night” Kenny Dino December 25, 1961

1962

Song Performer Date
“Small Sad Sam” Phil McLean January 20, 1962
“I Know (You Don’t Love Me No More)” Barbara George January 27, 1962
“If You Got to Make a Fool of Somebody” James Ray January 27, 1962
“Hey! Baby” Bruce Channel March 10, 1962
“Midnight In Moscow” Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen March 17, 1962
“Let Me In” The Sensations March 17, 1962
“What’s Your Name” Don and Juan March 17, 1962
“Percolator (Twist)” Billy Joe and the Checkmates March 17, 1962
“My Boomerang Won’t Come Back” Charlie Drake March 17, 1962
“Smoky Places” The Corsairs March 17, 1962
“Jamie” Eddie Holland March 24, 1962
“Love Letters” Ketty Lester April 14, 1962
“Dear One” Larry Finnegan April 21, 1962
“You Better Move On” Arthur Alexander April 21, 1962
“The Jam–Part 1″ Bobby Gregg and His Friends April 21, 1962
“Cinderella” Jack Ross April 28, 1962
“Shout! Shout! (Knock Yourself Out)” Ernie Maresca May 19, 1962
“Stranger on the Shore” Mr. Acker Bilk May 26, 1962
“I Wish That We Were Married” Ronnie & the Hi-Lites May 26, 1962
“I Sold My Heart to the Junkman” The Blue-Belles June 2, 1962
“Walk on the Wild Side–Part 2″ Jimmy Smith June 23, 1962
“Village of Love” Nathaniel Mayer and the Fabulous Twilights June 23, 1962
“Teach Me Tonight” George Maharis June 23, 1962
“Theme from Ben Casey Valjean June 23, 1962
“I Love You” The Volume’s June 30, 1962
“Al Di La” Emilio Pericoli July 7, 1962
“Snap Your Fingers” Joe Henderson July 7, 1962
“Wolverton Mountain” Claude King July 21, 1962
“Johnny Get Angry” Joanie Sommers July 21, 1962
“I Need Your Loving” Don Gardner and Dee Dee Ford July 28, 1962
“Bongo Stomp” Little Joey and the Flips July 28, 1962
“You’ll Lose a Good Thing” Barbara Lynn August 11, 1962
“Party Lights” Claudine Clark September 1, 1962
“Till Death Do Us Part” Bob Braun September 1, 1962
“Silver Threads and Golden Needles” The Springfields September 22, 1962
“A Wonderful Dream” The Majors September 22, 1962
“(I’m the Girl On) Wolverton Mountain” Jo Ann Campbell September 22, 1962
“Alley Cat” Bent Fabric and his Piano September 29, 1962
“I Remember You” Frank Ifield October 13, 1962
“Do You Love Me” The Contours October 27, 1962
“Hide and Go Seek–Part 1″ Bunker Hill October 27, 1962
“Close to Cathy” Mike Clifford November 3, 1962
“Torture” Kris Jensen November 3, 1962
“Pop Pop Pop-Pie” The Sherrys November 17, 1962
“That Stranger Used to Be My Girl” Trade Martin November 17, 1962
“Mama Sing a Song” Stan Kenton November 17, 1962
“I Got a Woman, Part 1″ Jimmy McGriff November 24, 1962
“Bobby’s Girl” Marcie Blane December 1, 1962
“The Push and Kick” Mark Valentino December 15, 1962
“Telstar” The Tornados December 22, 1962
“Let’s Go (Pony)” The Routers December 22, 1962

1963

Song Performer Date
“Wiggle Wobble” Les Cooper and his Soul Rockers January 12, 1963
“Tell Him” The Exciters January 19, 1963
“Remember Then” The Earls January 26, 1963
“Cinnamon Cinder (It’s a Very Nice Dance)” The Pastel Six February 2, 1963
“Loop De Loop” Johnny Thunder February 9, 1963
“From a Jack to a King” Ned Miller February 16, 1963
“Fly Me to the Moon–Bossa Nova” Joe Harnell and his Orchestra February 23, 1963
“Cast Your Fate to the Wind” Vince Guaraldi Trio February 23, 1963
“Rhythm of the Rain” The Cascades March 9, 1963
“Wild Weekend” The Rebels March 9, 1963
“Mama Didn’t Lie” Jan Bradley March 9, 1963
“Our Winter Love” Bill Pursell March 30, 1963
“Yakety Sax” Boots Randolph April 6, 1963
“Pipeline” The Chantays May 4, 1963
“Little Band of Gold” James Gilreath May 11, 1963
“Killer Joe” The Rocky Fellers May 18, 1963
“Hot Pastrami” The Dartells May 25, 1963
“El Watusi” Ray Barretto June 1, 1963
“The Love of My Man” Theola Kilgore June 1, 1963
“That’s How Heartaches Are Made” Baby Washington June 1, 1963
“Still” Bill Anderson June 8, 1963
“Sukiyaki” Kyu Sakamoto June 15, 1963
“On Top of Spaghetti” Tom Glazer and the Do-Re-Mi Children’s Chorus[40] July 6, 1963
“Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport” Rolf Harris July 13, 1963
“Swingin’ on a Star” Big Dee Irwin July 13, 1963
“Just One Look” Doris Troy July 27, 1963
“Hootenanny” The Glencoves July 27, 1963
“Till Then” The Classics August 3, 1963
“Six Days on the Road” Dave Dudley August 3, 1963
“Wipe Out” The Surfaris August 10, 1963
“The Lonely Surfer” Jack Nitzsche August 10, 1963
“More” Kai Winding August 24, 1963
“Denise” Randy & the Rainbows August 24, 1963
“Mockingbird” Inez and Charlie Foxx September 7, 1963
“Please Don’t Talk to the Lifeguard” Diane Ray September 21, 1963
“Sally, Go ‘Round the Roses” The Jaynetts September 28, 1963
“Martian Hop” The Ran-Dells September 28, 1963
“The Kind of Boy You Can’t Forget” The Raindrops September 28, 1963
“Part Time Love” Little Johnny Taylor[ October 5, 1963
“Birthday Party” The Pixies Three October 5, 1963
“Bust Out” The Busters October 12, 1963
“Talk to Me” Sunny & the Sunglows October 26, 1963
“Maria Elena” Los Indios Tabajaras November 16, 1963
“Cry to Me” Betty Harris November 16, 1963
“Washington Square” The Village Stompers November 23, 1963
“Dominique” The Singing Nun December 7, 1963
“I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight” Barry & the Tamerlanes December 7, 1963
“Wonderful Summer” Robin Ward December 14, 1963
“You Don’t Have to Be a Baby to Cry” The Caravelles December 21, 1963
“The Boy Next Door” The Secrets December 28, 1963

1964

Song Performer Date
“Midnight Mary” Joey Powers January 4, 1964
“Popsicles and Icicles” The Murmaids January 11, 1964
“What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am)” The Tams February 22, 1964
“Letter from Sherry” Dale Ward February 22, 1964
“California Sun” The Rivieras February 29, 1964
“Penetration” The Pyramids March 14, 1964
“Who Do You Love” The Sapphires March 14, 1964
“I Wish You Love” Gloria Lynne March 14, 1964
“High-Heel Sneakers” Tommy Tucker March 21, 1964
“Hippy Hippy Shake” The Swinging Blue Jeans April 4, 1964
“Rip Van Winkle” The Devotions April 4, 1964
“We Love You Beatles” The Carefrees April 11, 1964
“Forever” Peter Drake and his Talking Steel Guitar April 25, 1964
“Shangri-La” Robert Maxwell and His Harp and Orchestra May 2, 1964
“Charade” Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra May 9, 1964
“Wish Someone Would Care” Irma Thomas May 16, 1964
“White on White” Danny Williams May 16, 1964
“(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet” The Reflections May 30, 1964
“Remember Me” Rita Pavone July 11, 1964
“The Girl from Ipanema” Astrud Gilberto July 18, 1964
“You’re My World” Cilla Black[ August 1, 1964
“Farmer John” The Premiers August 1, 1964
“I Wanna Love Him So Bad” The Jelly Beans August 8, 1964
“I’m Into Somethin’ Good” Earl-Jean August 8, 1964
“Steal Away” Jimmy Hughes August 15, 1964
“She’s the One” The Chartbusters August 15, 1964
“Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl” Patty & the Emblems August 15, 1964
“Haunted House” Jumpin’ Gene Simmons August 29, 1964
“Selfish One” Jackie Ross September 5, 1964
“Funny (How Time Slips Away)” Joe Hinton October 10, 1964
“We’ll Sing in the Sunshine” Gale Garnett October 17, 1964
“Little Honda” The Hondells October 31, 1964
“Last Kiss” J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers November 7, 1964
“Tobacco Road” The Nashville Teens November 7, 1964
“Have I the Right?” The Honeycombs November 14, 1964
“Shaggy Dog” Mickey Lee Lane November 28, 1964
“Hawaii Tattoo” The Waikikis December 5, 1964
“Ringo” Lorne Greene December 5, 1964

1965

Song Performer Date
“The Wedding” Julie Rogers January 2, 1965
“My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)” Robert Goulet January 2, 1965
“Leader of the Laundromat” The Detergents January 9, 1965
“The Jerk” The Larks January 16, 1965
“Twine Time” Alvin Cash and the Crawlers February 20, 1965
“The Boy from New York City” The Ad Libs February 27, 1965
“I’ve Got a Tiger By the Tail” Buck Owens February 27, 1965
“It’s Alright” Adam Faith with The Roulettes February 27, 1965
“The Birds and the Bees” Jewel Akens March 20, 1965
“Goldfinger” Shirley Bassey March 27, 1965
“Don’t Mess Up a Good Thing” Bobby McClure March 27, 1965
“Land of a Thousand Dances” Cannibal & the Headhunters April 17, 1965
“Cast Your Fate to the Wind” Sounds Orchestral May 8, 1965
“The Entertainer” Tony Clarke May 8, 1965
“We’re Gonna Make It” Little Milton May 15, 1965
“Baby the Rain Must Fall” Glenn Yarbrough May 22, 1965
“Oo Wee Baby, I Love You” Fred Hughes May 29, 1965
“Concrete and Clay” Eddie Rambeau June 5, 1965
“Concrete and Clay” Unit 4 + 2 June 12, 1965
“I Do” The Marvelows July 3, 1965
“A Walk in the Black Forest” Horst Jankowski July 10, 1965
“You Turn Me On (Turn On Song)” Ian Whitcomb and Bluesville July 17, 1965
“The Dawn of Correction” The Spokesmen September 18, 1965
“Eve of Destruction” Barry McGuire September 25, 1965
“Liar, Liar” The Castaways October 23, 1965
“Keep on Dancing” The Gentrys October 30, 1965
“Hungry for Love” San Remo Golden Strings October 30, 1965
“Everyone’s Gone to the Moon” Jonathan King November 6, 1965
“You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away” The Silkie November 27, 1965
“May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose” Little Jimmy Dickens December 4, 1965

1966

Song Performer Date
“One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)” Barry Young January 1, 1966
“Harlem Nocturne” The Viscounts January 1, 1966
“Flowers on the Wall” The Statler Brothers January 8, 1966
“Lies” The Knickerbockers January 22, 1966
“The Duck” Jackie Lee January 22, 1966
“The Men in My Little Girl’s Life” Mike Douglas February 5, 1966
“No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach’s In)” The T-Bones February 5, 1966
“Michelle” David and Jonathan February 12, 1966
“Elusive Butterfly” Bob Lind March 12, 1966
“The Cheater” Bob Kuban and the In-Men March 12, 1966
“Batman Theme” Neal Hefti March 12, 1966
“Love Makes the World Go Round” Deon Jackson March 19, 1966
“Walkin’ My Cat Named Dog” Norma Tanega April 9, 1966
“Caroline, No” Brian Wilson April 30, 1966
“I Can’t Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree” Just Us May 14, 1966
“History Repeats Itself” Buddy Starcher May 14, 1966
“The Ballad of Irving” Frank Gallop May 28, 1966
“Barefootin'” Robert Parker June 18, 1966
“Oh How Happy” The Shades of Blue June 25, 1966
“Cool Jerk” The Capitols July 2, 1966
“Doubleshot (Of My Baby’s Love)” The Swingin’ Medallions July 2, 1966
“Day of Decision” Johnny Sea July 2, 1966
“Little Girl” Syndicate of Sound July 9, 1966
“Dirty Water” The Standells July 9, 1966
“Hey Joe” The Leaves July 9, 1966
“7 and 7 Is” Love July 30, 1966
“They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!” Napoleon XIV August 13, 1966
“Somewhere, My Love” Ray Conniff August 13, 1966
“Searching for My Love” Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces August 13, 1966
“Sweet Dreams” Tommy McLain August 20, 1966
“Tar and Cement” Verdelle Smith August 20, 1966
“Black Is Black” Los Bravos October 1, 1966
“Open the Door to Your Heart” Darrell Banks October 1, 1966
“Almost Persuaded” David Houston October 1, 1966
“Psychotic Reaction” Count Five October 15, 1966
“Summer Samba (So Nice)” Walter Wanderley October 15, 1966
“Winchester Cathedral” The New Vaudeville Band December 3, 1966
“(When She Needs Good Lovin’) She Comes to Me” Chicago Loop December 3, 1966
“But It’s Alright” J.J. Jackson December 10, 1966

1967

Song Performer Peak date
“Talk Talk” The Music Machine January 14, 1967
“Gallant Men” Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen January 21, 1967
“Niki Hoeky” P.J. Proby January 28, 1967
“Wild Thing” Senator Bobby February 4, 1967
“(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet” Blues Magoos February 11, 1967
“Music to Watch Girls By” Bob Crewe Generation February 11, 1967
“Stand By Me” Spyder Turner February 11, 1967
“Hello Hello” Sopwith Camel February 11, 1967
“Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” Cannonball Adderley February 25, 1967
“Pushin’ Too Hard” The Seeds February 25, 1967
“It Takes Two” Kim Weston March 4, 1967
“Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye” The Casinos March 11, 1967
“Sit Down, I Think I Love You” The Mojo Men March 18, 1967
“For What It’s Worth” Buffalo Springfield March 25, 1967
“Friday on My Mind” The Easybeats May 20, 1967
“Yellow Balloon” The Yellow Balloon May 20, 1967
“Sunshine Girl” Parade May 27, 1967
“My Girl Josephine” Jerry Jaye May 27, 1967
“I Was Kaiser Bill’s Batman” Whistling Jack Smith June 3, 1967
“Do It Again a Little Bit Slower” Jon and Robin and the In-Crowd June 24, 1967
“Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead” The Fifth Estate July 1, 1967
“Little Bit O’ Soul” The Music Explosion July 8, 1967
“Come on Down to My Boat” Every Mother’s Son July 8, 1967
“For Your Precious Love” Oscar Toney, Jr. July 8, 1967
“Let the Good Times Roll and Feels So Good” Bunny Sigler August 19, 1967
“The Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven” Chris Bartley August 19, 1967
“Hypnotized” Linda Jones August 26, 1967
“(I Wanna) Testify” The Parliaments September 23, 1967
“Blue’s Theme” Davie Allan and the Arrows September 23, 1967
“Little Ole Man (Uptight–Everything’s Alright)” Bill Cosby October 14, 1967
“Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)” The Hombres November 18, 1967
“Everlasting Love” Robert Knight November 18, 1967
“Pata Pata” Miriam Makeba November 25, 1967
“Back on the Street Again” Sunshine Company November 25, 1967
“An Open Letter to My Teenage Son” Victor Lundberg December 2, 1967
“Beautiful People” Kenny O’Dell December 16, 1967
“Next Plane to London” The Rose Garden December 30, 1967

1968

Song Performer Peak date
“Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)” John Fred and His Playboy Band January 20, 1968
“Love Power” The Sandpebbles January 27, 1968
“Green Tambourine” The Lemon Pipers February 3, 1968
“Nobody but Me” The Human Beinz February 3, 1968
“Love Is Blue” Paul Mauriat and His Orchestra February 10, 1968
“I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” Madeline Bell February 10, 1968
“Skip a Rope” Henson Cargill February 10, 1968
“Born Free” The Hesitations February 17, 1968
“A Question of Temperature” The Balloon Farm March 23, 1968
“Playboy” Gene and Debbe April 13, 1968
“Does Your Mama Know About Me” Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers April 20, 1968
“Sweet Inspiraton” The Sweet Inspirations April 27, 1968
“Summertime Blues” Blue Cheer May 4, 1968
“The Good, The Bad and the Ugly” Hugo Montenegro June 1, 1968
“Master Jack” Four Jacks and a Jill June 8, 1968
“MacArthur Park” Richard Harris June 22, 1968
“Reach Out of the Darkness” Friend and Lover June 22, 1968
“I Love You” People June 22, 1968
“The Horse” Cliff Nobles and Co. June 29, 1968
“Angel of the Morning” Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts June 29, 1968
“Tip Toe Thru’ The Tulips With Me” Tiny Tim June 29, 1968
“Here Comes the Judge” Shorty Long July 6, 1968
“Grazing in the Grass” Hugh Masekela July 20, 1968
“Here Comes the Judge” Pigmeat Markham July 27, 1968
“Pictures of Matchstick Men” Status Quo August 3, 1968
“Classical Gas” Mason Williams August 3, 1968
“Journey to the Center of the Mind” The Amboy Dukes August 24, 1968
“Love Makes a Woman” Barbara Acklin August 31, 1968
“Naturally Stoned” The Avant-Garde August 31, 1968
“Harper Valley PTA” Jeannie C. Riley September 21, 1968
“In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” Iron Butterfly September 28, 1968
“Girl Watcher” The O’Kaysions October 5, 1968
“Indian Reservation” Don Fardon October 5, 1968
“Quick Joey Small (Run Joey Run)” Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus October 5, 1968
“Fire” Crazy World of Arthur Brown October 19, 1968
“All Along the Watchtower” The Jimi Hendrix Experience October 19, 1968
“Baby, Come Back” The Equals October 26, 1968
“Shape of Things to Come” Max Frost and the Troopers October 26, 1968
“Piece of My Heart” Big Brother and the Holding Company November 9, 1968
“The Funky Judge” Bull & the Matadors November 16, 1968
“Little Arrows” Leapy Lee December 7, 1968
“Shame, Shame” The Magic Lanterns December 21, 1968

1969

Song Performer Peak date
“Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (The More I Love You)” Rene y Rene January 4, 1969
“The Worst That Could Happen” Brooklyn Bridge February 1, 1969
“I Got a Line on You” Spirit March 15, 1969
“The Letter” The Arbors April 5, 1969
“Hot Smoke and Sassafras” Bubble Puppy April 19, 1969
“Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'” Crazy Elephant May 3, 1969
“Will You Be Staying After Sunday” Peppermint Rainbow May 3, 1969
“Nothing but a Heartache” The Flirtations May 24, 1969
“Love (Can Make You Happy)” Mercy May 31, 1969
“Morning Girl” The Neon Philharmonic June 7, 1969
“More Today Than Yesterday” Spiral Starecase June 14, 1969
“Israelites” Desmond Dekker and the Aces June 28, 1969
“Black Pearl” The Checkmates, LTD. July 5, 1969
“Medicine Man” The Buchanan Brothers July 5, 1969
“In the Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus)” Zager and Evans July 12, 1969
“Color Him Father” The Winstons July 19, 1969
“Abraham, Martin and John” Moms Mabley[131] July 19, 1969
“My Pledge of Love” Joe Jeffrey Group July 26, 1969
“Quentin’s Theme” Charles Randolph Grean Sounde August 2, 1969
“Yesterday, When I Was Young” Roy Clark[132] August 2, 1969
“Good Old Rock and Roll” Cat Mother & the All Night News Boys August 2, 1969
“Reconsider Me” Johnny Adams August 2, 1969
“Nobody But You Babe” Clarence Reid[133] August 2, 1969
“Moonflight” Vik Venus August 9, 1969
“Polk Salad Annie” Tony Joe White[134] August 23, 1969
“Sugar on Sunday” Clique August 30, 1969
“Get Together”[135] The Youngbloods[136] September 6, 1969
“Birthday” Underground Sunshine September 6, 1969
“Did You See Her Eyes” The Illusion September 6, 1969
“Keem-O-Sabe” The Electric Indian September 27, 1969
“When I Die” Motherlode October 11, 1969
“In a Moment” The Intrigues October 11, 1969
“Tracy” The Cuff Links October 25, 1969
“You, I” The Rugbys October 25, 1969
“Make Believe” Wind[137] October 25, 1969
“Jealous Kind of Fella” Garland Green November 1, 1969
“Baby It’s You” Smith November 1, 1969
“Jesus Is a Soul Man” Lawrence Reynolds November 1, 1969
“Something in the Air” Thunderclap Newman November 1, 1969
“Echo Park” Keith Barbour November 1, 1969
“Smile a Little Smile for Me” The Flying Machine November 22, 1969
“Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye” Steam December 6, 1969
“Groovy Grubworm” Harlow Wilcox and the Oakies December 13, 1969

Another Badd Creation Mobile DJ

Local Mobilized DJ Entertainment Affordable, Professional, Experienced, Guaranteed to please. (352) 478-2313

 
%d bloggers like this: